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  • Upcoming Art Courses

    Visit our Learning Zone and search to book on any of the courses below using the course title or suggested keywords.

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  • Our latest Art training offers

    The training delivery model for individual courses is identified in the course titles on the Learning Zone as follows:

    Webinar – virtual training via Microsoft Teams
    Blended – courses that are a mixture of virtual and face to face training
    No categorisation – venue based training

    For any queries regarding our training offer, please contact htlcdev@hants.gov.uk

    For any course booking queries, please contact htlc.courses@hants.gov.uk.

    • This topic

      Primary

      Take a look at the Primary Art learning opportunities available to book:

      To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box.

      Summer Term 2024

      Summer 23-24 Termly Art Support Group Workshop


      Keyword Search: Art Group Summer

      These termly workshops offer a valuable opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.

      Summer topic: Make do and mend with art textiles.

      10 July 2024 Havant
      11 July 2024 Fareham / Gosport

      Price: Sub £165 / SLA £145 / Full £198

      Summer 23-24 Art Support Afternoon Workshop

      9 July 2024

      Keyword Search: Art Afternoon

      This termly workshop will offer a valuable afternoon opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.
      Summer topic: Make do and mend with art textiles.
      This workshop is also offered as a twilight session at various host schools around the County.

      Price: Sub £245 / SLA £215 / Full £294

       Autumn Term 2024

      Autumn 24-25 Termly Art Support Group Workshop


      Keyword Search: Art Group Autumn

      These termly workshops offer a valuable opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.
      Autumn topic: Sketchbooks and cultural drawing.

      12 September 2024 Eastleigh/Romsey
      17 September 2024 Basingstoke
      25 September 2024 Farnborough/Aldershot
      26 September 2024 Alton/Petersfield
      03 October 2024 Fareham/Gosport
      09 October 2024 Havant
      10 October 2024 New Forest
      16 October 2024 Andover

      Price: Sub £165 / SLA £145 / Full £198

      Help I am an Art Manager 24-25

      18 September 2024, 3 December and 26 March 2025

      Keyword Search: Art Manager 24

      To assist those teachers becoming a primary art manager to consider all the things necessary to effectively lead art in a primary school.

      To develop an understanding and knowledge of the requirements to lead and manage art in a primary school through a multi session course, that will enable you to conduct action research and share and reflect on your developments and progress over time.

      Price: Sub £510 / SLA £440 / Full £612

      Autumn 24-25 Art Support Afternoon Workshop

      1 October 2024

      Keyword Search: Art Afternoon

      This termly workshop will offer a valuable afternoon opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.

      Topic for Session:

      Autumn topic: Sketchbooks and cultural drawing.

      This workshop is also offered as a twilight session at various host schools around the County.

      Price: Sub £245 / SLA £215 / Full £294

      Be Ofsted Ready for a ‘Deep Dive’ into Art 2024-25

      2 October 2024, 17 December 2024 and 4 February 2025

      Keyword Search: Deep Dive 2024

      These three sessions will enable art subject leaders to be aware and equipped with the information to plan for a ‘Deep Dive’ into Art.

      The sessions are designed to consider the following aspects about a primary art and design curriculum offer:

      • What does Intent, Implementation and Impact mean for a primary art, craft, and design curriculum?
      • What is my vision for art, is that reflected in my curriculum statement?
      • Developing a long-term plan to reflect themes, skills, materials, visual language and links to artists, craftsmakers, and designers.
      • Coverage and sequencing of skills and considerations about progression across year groups and Key Stages.
      • Embedding learning journeys into medium planning to include opportunities to explore, experiment, record, present and evaluate work.
      • How do you organise and timetable art in the curriculum, what other opportunities are offered?
      • How do you monitor the quality and content of the intention of the art offer?
      • What assessment systems have you to be able to know how well children are doing and to inform what is needed for teaching and learning in the future?
      • What opportunities are provided to enrich children’s experiences and knowledge about art and design both inside and outside of the classroom?
      • How do you / can you share and promote the exciting teaching and learning that is happening in and from your art curriculum?
      • What professional development opportunities are needed / are provided to support and skill staff to engage and provide and exciting art curriculum in your school.

      Price: Sub £720 / SLA £640 / Full £864

      Using Sketchbooks at Key Stages 1 and 2 – 24-25 – Part 1

      16 October 2024
      (Part 2 – 9 July 2025)

      Keyword Search: Using Sketchbooks

      Exploring how the use of a sketchbook can be a very effective way of encouraging children to value their own thinking and learn from it.

      Learning Outcomes

      • use a sketchbook as a research tool - to explore, experiment, organise and store information, both for use in the present and in the future
      • understand that the sketchbook may be used to record written as well as visual thoughts and that it has an important role to play in increasing the use of literacy within the art curriculum
      • be able to further use some of the approaches as a springboard for their own exploration and experience in the classroom
      • have a clear understanding of how to use the sketchbook to share a learning journey and for assessment
      • be able to use a wider range of activities more effectively in order to record progression in learning and raise standards in sketchbook use at Key Stage 2
      • to have an appreciation of how the sketch book can be used at Key Stage 1 in preparation for the statutory requirements in the next Key Stage

      Price: Sub £470 / SLA £395 / Full £564

      24-25 - Part 1:  Sub: £235, SLA: £200, Full: £282

      25-26 - Part 2:  Sub: £235, SLA: £195, Full: £282

      Being an Art Subject Leader in the Primary School 24-25

      23 October and 27 November 2024

      Keyword Search: Art Subject Leader

      This course will enable you to understand the requirements for your role as art subject leader. You will appreciate the considerations needed to lead and manage the subject are, how to plan, prioritise, have a vision for art, communicate your expectations and disseminate good practice. 

      Price: Sub £355 / SLA £270 / Full £426

      Enhancing Skills and Techniques in the Primary Art Curriculum 24-25 – Part 1

      15 November 2024, 8 January 2025
      (Part 2 – 7 May and 3 July 2025)

      Keyword Search: Enhancing Skills

      Participants will learn a wide range of new skills and processes across all areas of the primary art curriculum, try out new projects in the classroom and share outcomes.

      Price: Sub £1165 / SLA £1055 / Full £1398 Split across FY’s

      24-25 - Part 1:  Sub: £583, SLA: £530, Full: £699

      25-26 - Part 2:  Sub: £582, SLA: £525, Full: £699

      Planning, Progression and Assessment in the Primary Art Curriculum 2024-25

      20 November, 11 December 2024 and 30 January 2025

      Keyword Search: Art Assessment 25

      This course will give teachers confidence in planning the primary art curriculum to ensure a sound progression of skills and clarity about assessing children's progress in art. 

      Price: Sub £365 / SLA £295 / Full £438

      Spring Term 2025

      Spring 24-25 Termly Art Support Group Workshop


      Keyword Search: Art Group Spring

      These termly workshops offer a valuable opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.
      Spring topic: Geometric patterns and collage.

      14 January 2025 Basingstoke
      16 January 2025 Eastleigh/Romsey
      22 January 2025 Andover
      23 January 2025 Alton/Petersfield
      30 January 2025 Fareham/Gosport
      05 February 2025 Havant
      06 February 2025 New Forest
      12 February 2025 Farnborough/Aldershot

      Price: Sub £165 / SLA £145 / Full £198

      Spring 24-25 Art Support Afternoon Workshop

      4 February 2025

      Keyword Search: Art Afternoon

      This termly workshop will offer a valuable afternoon opportunity for teachers to participate in practical activities and meet other teachers to share ideas and thoughts about art in the classroom.
      Spring: Geometric patterns and collage.

      This workshop is also offered as a twilight session at various host schools around the County.

      Price: Sub £245 / SLA £215 / Full £294

      Summer Term 2025

      Enhancing Skills and Techniques in the Primary Art Curriculum 24-25 – Part 2

      7 May and 3 July 2025
      (Part 1 - 15 November 2024, 8 January 2025)

      Keyword Search: Enhancing Skills

      Participants will learn a wide range of new skills and processes across all areas of the primary art curriculum, try out new projects in the classroom and share outcomes.

      Price: Sub £1165 / SLA £1055 / Full - £1398 Split across FY’s

      24-25 - Part 1:  Sub: £583, SLA: £530, Full: £699

      25-26 - Part 2:  Sub: £582, SLA: £525, Full: £699

      Using Sketchbooks at Key Stages 1 and 2 – 24-25 – Part 2

      9 July 2025
      (Part 1 – 16 October 2024)

      Keyword Search: Using Sketchbooks

      Exploring how the use of a sketchbook can be a very effective way of encouraging children to value their own thinking and learn from it.

      Learning Outcomes:

      • use a sketchbook as a research tool - to explore, experiment, organise and store information, both for use in the present and in the future
      • understand that the sketchbook may be used to record written as well as visual thoughts and that it has an important role to play in increasing the use of literacy within the art curriculum
      • be able to further use some of the approaches as a springboard for their own exploration and experience in the classroom
      • have a clear understanding of how to use the sketchbook to share a learning journey and for assessment
      • be able to use a wider range of activities more effectively in order to record progression in learning and raise standards in sketchbook use at Key Stage 2
      • to have an appreciation of how the sketch book can be used at Key Stage 1 in preparation for the statutory requirements in the next Key Stage

      Price: Sub £470 / SLA £395 / Full £564

      24-25 - Part 1:  Sub: £235, SLA: £200, Full: £282

      25-26 - Part 2:  Sub: £235, SLA: £195, Full: £282

      • Secondary

        Take a look at the Secondary Art learning opportunities available to book:

        To search for a specific course, type the course title or keywords in the 'Find Learning' box.

        Summer Term 2024

        Art Secondary Photography Network 2024-25

        8 July, 23 September, 12 November 2024, 21 January and 14 March 2025

        Keyword Search: Photography

        This network will enable participants to share practice and standards for the KS3/4 Photography and will act as a forum for the subject area. These twilight meetings run from 4pm-5.30pm.

        Price: Sub £260 / SLA £205 / Full £312

        Autumn Term 2024

        Autumn 24-25 Education Centres Art Network

        8 October 2024

        Keyword Search: Autumn Education Art

        • Support effective art subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.
        • Develop skills, expertise, and capacity within school subject teams through quality strategic CPD and the sharing of good practice.
        • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
        • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts.
        • Challenge and share materials for KS4 exam materials and moderation.
        • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system.
        • Inclusion and support and challenge for all pupils in our classrooms.

        Price: Sub £230 / SLA £200 / Full £276

        Secondary Annual Conference for Art, Craft and Design 2024

        18 November 2024

        Keyword Search: Art Secondary Conference

        This conference offers opportunities to participate and listen to the latest national trends and good practice in art and design education, including national speakers and practical activities.

        Price: Sub £340 / SLA £115 / Full £408

        Autumn 24-25 Secondary Art Network

        22 October 2024

        Keyword Search: Secondary Autumn Art

        The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

        • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts.
        • Support effective subject leadership as appropriate to each school’s individual context.
        • Develop skills, expertise and capacity within school subject leaders and their teams through quality strategic CPD and the sharing of good practice.
        • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
        • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system

        Price: Sub £75 / SLA £40 / Full £90

        Spring Term 2025

        Spring 24-25 Education Centres Art Network

        15 January 2025

        Keyword Search: Spring Education Art 

        • Support effective art subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.
        • Develop skills, expertise, and capacity within school subject teams through quality strategic CPD and the sharing of good practice.
        • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
        • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts.
        • Challenge and share materials for KS4 exam materials and moderation.
        • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system.
        • Inclusion and support and challenge for all pupils in our classrooms.

        Price: Sub £230 / SLA £200 / Full £276

        Spring 24-25 Secondary Art Network

        27 January 2025

        Keyword Search: Secondary Spring Art

        The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

        • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts.
        • Support effective subject leadership as appropriate to each school’s individual context.
        • Develop skills, expertise and capacity within school subject leaders and their teams through quality strategic CPD and the sharing of good practice.
        • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
        • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system

        Price: Sub £75 / SLA £40 / Full £90

        Summer Term 2025

        Summer 24-25 Secondary Art Network

        1 July 2025

        Keyword Search: Secondary Summer Art

        The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:

        • Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts.
        • Support effective subject leadership as appropriate to each school’s individual context.
        • Develop skills, expertise and capacity within school subject leaders and their teams through quality strategic CPD and the sharing of good practice.
        • Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
        • Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system

        Price: Sub £75 / SLA £40 / Full £90